Tooltips are designed to provide in-flow information in a non-intrusive manner, based on a push or pull interaction from your end-users. There are, essentially, two ways to build tooltips with Chameleon:

  • Using the Tours product
  • Using the Tooltips product

Using Tours

Tooltips are essentially single-step Tours that are anchored to a specific element and give more insight about a specific feature when triggered by your users.

To create a tooltip using Tours, you will need to:

  • Create a single-step Tour.
  • Define the step to be anchored relative to an element.
  • Add a pointer from the Add content menu.
  • Add an on-page trigger from the Actions menu, which can be either be click or hover.
  • Set the Tour to show immediately after completed or exited, so that the tooltip will always be available for end-users to interact with.

👉 Learn more about triggering Tours from user actions

👉 Get savvy about how to set the right recurrence

Using Tooltips

The Tooltips product allows you to quickly build simple Tooltips. It is designed for fast iterations and to allow you to easily create single-steps, with hover or click triggering while avoiding all the additional configuration options that come with building Tours.

👉 Learn more about using Tooltips

Note: The above video displays an outdated version of Chameleon's interface. It has been replaced to give our users a more intuitive and pleasing experience. We will soon create new videos to showcase our new UI 🙂

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